What: The IFC Center is screening “Handsome Harry,” a new film directed by Prof. Bette Gordon and written by Prof. Nicholas Proferes, both from Columbia’s own School of the Arts film department. The film is a story about male friendship, betrayal and forgiveness (for a full synopsis, visit CU Arts online). In conjunction with the release of “Handsome Harry,” the IFC will also present a mini retrospective of Professor Gordon’s earlier work. “ Luminous Motion” (2000), a mother/son road movie reminiscent of “Bonnie and Clyde”, will play for one night on Monday, April 12 at 7pm, and Gordon’s cult classic “Variety,” about a woman who sells tickets at a pornographic movie theatre and becomes obsessed with following a male client, will play on Thursday, April 15th at 7pm.
When/Where: “Handsome Harry” will be screened April 16 through 22. Look out on the IFC website for ticket times and purchasing information.